|User since||Feb. 15, 2014|
|Number of add-ons developed||5 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 5 out of 5 stars|
Add-ons I've created
Mouse Gestures Suite Requires Restart
Mouse gestures for SeaMonkey & Firefox: navigate & execute commands using mouse gestures (with single mouse button) and rocker gestures (by pressing 2 mouse buttons). Also: scroll wheel navigation, page scrolling, tab scrolling.
Use SeaMonkey as a standalone e-mail client. Set up a default browser for links opened from Mail & Newsgroups.
This extension makes browsing for extensions easier at addons.mozilla.org. It fixes incorrect information about some extensions being not available for SeaMonkey and adds links to the Add-on Converter where needed.
This extension enables true full screen mode in SeaMonkey for HTML5 video players, slide-shows, etc. and also for full screen invoked manually with the F11 key.
This extension will remember the last dictionary used in the Mail Compose window and use it when composing new messages.
Compatibility problem Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This theme no longer works with SM 2.49.1 - I can't send mail nor save as draft. Please update to work with newest SM because it's a great theme!
Do not use, it's abandoned Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This extension is problematic in new Firefox versions because it hasn't been updated for a long time. Look for Mouse Gestures Suite - a continuation of All-in-One Gestures (made by me). Another alternative is FireGestures.
Glad the extension is alive again Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I really appreciate your effort in continuing the development of this great extension and it's great you have kept compatibility with SeaMonkey.
There's one feature I am missing from the original extension - in the Page Info window there was an additional tab with headers of the current page. This was very convenient if you wanted to quickly view the headers without opening Live HTTP Headers window and loading the page again.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Let me share my opinion as a heavy mouse gesture user and the author of Mouse Gestures Suite - a continuation of discontinued All-in-One-Gestures.
First - I think this extension is a good idea as a very lightweight and simple version of mouse gestures. Not everyone wants or needs mouse gestures with tons of options so it's good that those people now have a choice.
Second - and this also refers to draskold's comment - in my opinion the choice of actions is not fully optimal and I agree with him that "close tab" is one of the most frequently used gestures and the advantage comes from being able to perform the action from any place without having to reach standard browser controls. "Goto Top/Bottom of Page" are okay but not as important as "close tab" and others. "Open in the Current Tab" is redundant because this is achieved with standard left click so why do we need a gesture for it?
Frequency of gesture use (most frequent come first) - this is subjective list and refers to my usage only:
- close tab/window
- open link in new tab
- open link in new window
- open link in background tab
- undo close tab
- reload tab
- close window (with all tabs)
- open selection/search for selection in new tab
- switch to the tab to the left/right
- open new tab
- ...and then other less common gestures